There’s a certain kind of skeptic who’ll tell you that culture used to be so much more balanced. The old masters believed in accuracy, harmony; then, in the 20th century, it all went wrong. In the old days, they had standards!
As Steven Spielberg’s classic adventure celebrates its 40th anniversary, here are behind-the-scenes stories of dizzy rats, raucous boulders and friendly flies.
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
Eyes are the key metaphor in the Venice Biennale’s central show of 213 artists, an unprecedented percentage of whom are women.
Few have visited Cambodia during the pandemic, making it possible to imagine that you alone have rediscovered the glorious temple complex.
Have you read Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird”? Have you ever watched a movie or play version of the novel? If so, what are your thoughts?